The 10th annual Angelus Awards Student Film Festival has announced its call for entries.
Jon Lindgren has won the Tribeca Film Festival short film competition for his seven-minute "Rachel's Challenge." Lindgren will receive $50,000 toward his next project.
The SAG Foundation's We the Children program will hold a special reception Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Screen Actors Guild's James Cagney Room at 5757 Wilshire Blvd.
The Writers Guild Foundation will present one-day mini-conference "Based On: A Masters Screenwriting Workshop" July 30 8:30a.m.-8:30 p.m. at the Writers Guild of America West.
Carly Schroeder is set to star in the dolphin-themed family drama "Blue 14," now shooting on Grand Bahama Island.
Verizon Communications agreed to carry news, cartoons and movies from Time Warner's Turner Broadcasting on a new fiber-optic network, bolstering plans to compete against cable and satellite…
In a commentary about the court case involving Judith Miller and Matthew Cooper, Committee to Protect Journalists security coordinator Frank Smyth wrote that U.S. courts and prosecutors have set an…
The Producers Guild of America has selected UCLA Film Program graduate Lucienne Papon as the recipient of its first Debra Hill Fellowship, presenting her with $15,000.
Musical revue "Oh Coward!" replaces "Mornings at Seven" as the first production of the 2005-06 Mainstage season at Geva Theater Center of Rochester, N.Y.
Sales of recorded music are down almost 7% from last year as the calendar hits the halfway mark. But if the music industry is looking for a silver lining in that rain cloud, they'll find it in the…
Kimberly Jones, aka Rapper Lil' Kim, was sentenced to one year and one day for perjury and conspiracy -- a term far less than the three years and seven months sought by prosecutors.